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The Community Group Pages are special pages produced in support of local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities who wish to be part of the Marple Website Community.

Way back in 1998 this was originally aimed at organisations who didn't have the means to create their own web sites. Times have changed greatly since then and even if your group does have its own web site, Facebook page, or uses another Social Media platform, you may still benefit greatly from becoming part of this community to raise your profile and help people find you. It should even improve your web site's rankings in the search engines.

Get in touch if you would like to feature your group's activities here.

This is a free service with no charges and is open to local clubs, non-profit making organisations and charities in Marple and District only.

The Rotary Club of New Mills, Marple and District meets every Thursday lunchtime in Hazel Grove Golf Club at 12.00 noon.
Opportunity Reading Group at Marple Library is an open reading group for adults over 18 and is autism and disability friendly.
Community Woodland in Compstall / Marple Bridge.
Lions are ordinary people who do amazing things. They volunteer their time to worthy causes in their local and global communities.
A friendship group open to anyone over 18 in Marple and Werneth areas that meet every Monday morning in Queen's Court, Marple.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds High Peak Members' Group.
A newly formed constituted community organisation established to promote rural culture and enhance and strengthen the local community and enhance educational opportunities and the general public's enjoyment in our rural surroundings.
A group of 30 + textile artists who share a love of silk painting and creative work using various techniques.
The SK6 Spinners is a road cycling club founded in 2015, with the aim of being open, friendly and catering to all abilities.
An art society of 120 members who meet in Marple each Thursday evening with an annual exhibition in spring.

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